Advanced Therapies and Technologies

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)

This is a breakthrough therapy that works quickly, effectively, and truly heals and repairs damaged tissue at the cellular level within your body. Whatever pain you’re feeling or injury that you may have, PEMF Therapy can work wonders to relieve that pain and promote further rehabilitation in a way no other treatment or therapy can.

Benefits of Pulse Electromagnetic Therapy

  • Supports full healing of damaged or inflamed tissue
  • Relieves pain
  • Reduces swelling and inflammation
  • Increases circulation
  • Supports function of nervous system
  • Stimulates the body’s natural healing process


Does Pulse Electromagnetic Therapy hurt?
No, you’ll feel a mild electric pulse in the affected area during the treatment, but the intensity is adjusted to your comfort level. It can almost feel relaxing at times.

How much does Pulse Electromagnetic Therapy it cost?
It depends on the number of treatments that are needed to fully rehabilitate the damaged area, but it is a very cost effective treatment. Please call us for more details on cost and insurance.

What does the electric pulse do exactly?
The low level electric current actually charges and energizes the damaged cells, creating electric changes within them and surrounding damaged tissue allowing them to restore themselves back to health.

Is Pulse Electromagnetic Therapy safe?
Absolutely. This is an FDA approved treatment and thousands have benefited from its well designed process to deeply heal damaged tissue and cells within your body. The main warning against PEMF Therapy is if you have a pacemaker, in which you would not be able to participate.

How long does Pulse Electromagnetic Therapy last exactly?
Depending on the injury and strength of the electric pulse used during the treatment, sessions typically last anywhere between 10-30 minutes.

Is the Pulse Electromagnetic applied directly to your skin?
No. This is applied over your clothes.

How many treatments does it take to fully heal?
You’re likely to feel improvement after only a single treatment, but depending on the injury, typically an average of 6-8 treatments are necessary to fully restore the damaged area.

This is an incredible therapy that works deep within your body, giving it a boost in such a way that it naturally begins healing itself. Give us a call if you have any questions and let’s see if Pulse Electromagnetic Therapy is right for you.

Cold Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy is a popular treatment we are proud to offer and works effectively without any side effects. The non-thermal laser light works to eliminate pain, swelling, reduce spasms and increase functionality in the affected area. A unique alternative to traditional medication, cold laser therapy is becoming more and more popular, though often it is used in conjunction with another treatment. Cold laser therapy works to stimulate all sorts of cell types including ligament, muscle, cartilage, nerves, and more.

What Conditions Can Be Treated By Cold Laser Therapy?

  • Arthritis Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Knee Pain
  • Tendonitis

These are a few of the conditions that can improve with cold laser therapy, and the success people have had is a testimony to how powerful alternative treatments can be.

How Does Cold Laser Therapy Work?

A small laser light is administered to the targeted area and penetrates through the layers of skin to directly affect the cells around the area. Depending on the size of the area, the amount of time it takes for the doctor to apply this treatment could be a mere 5 minutes or it could be 20 minutes. The cells beneath the layers of skin use the energy from the laser light to begin to repair cells and tissue that are damaged and inflamed.

The overall affect of this light brings damaged cells in the affected area to heal more quickly, rapidly reducing the amount of time you are in pain as well as stuck on the sideline. It’s simple, effective and is one of many natural alternatives we have to help you on your road to recovery.

Contact us today to find out if laser therapy is right for you.